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Books about Tarporley:
Hunting Songs: Together With a Short Account of the Tarporley Hunt Club, from Its Foundation in 1762 to the Year... by R. E. Egerton-Warburton (Jun 21, 2012)
Tarporley: The history of a Cheshire village by Frank A., ed. Latham and et al; maps by Jean E. Wilson photographs and illustrations by J. R. Foxcroft (1973)
Tarporley and Beeston Country by R.M. Bevan (Oct 2006)
Links across the centuries: The story of Eaton-by-Tarporley by Maisie D Tredwell (1982)
Hunting Songs: Together with a Short Account of the Tarporley Hunt Club, from Its Foundation in 1762 to the Year... by Egerton-Warburton R. E. (Row 1804-1891 (Dec 11, 2013)
The Story Of Noah's Ark, In A Course Of Eight Sermons For Lent And Easter, Preached In St. Helens Church, Tarporley... by Augustus Francis Tollemache (Mar 1, 2011)
The Story Of Noah's Ark, In A Course Of Eight Sermons For Lent And Easter, Preached In St. Helens Church, Tarporley... by By (author) Augustus Francis Tollemache (2011)
Wiki information Tarporley:
Tarporley is a large village and civil parish in the unitary authority of Cheshire West and Chester and the ceremonial county of Cheshire, England. Tarporley is bypassed by the A49 and A51 roads and is considered a picturesque village for both...
Portal is a country house standing to the northeast of the village of Tarporley, Cheshire, England. It was built in 1900–05. The architect was Walter E. Tower, nephew and partner of the stained glass designer and manufacturer C. E. Kempe. It is a...